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Paul Mooney
Paul Mooney

News correspondent

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01 419 9500

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Paul Mooney is a news correspondent with the Irish Farmers Journal. He previously worked as farm buildings editor and as agribusiness editor. He farms in Co Kildare and is an Agricultural Science graduate from UCD. Outside of work his personal interests include politics, current and business affairs, literature, anything requiring spanner size 8mm upwards, Gaelic football, hurling.

Contracts are being finalised this week, with delivery to take place in June.
By Paul Mooney on 27 April 2017
In the long term, a free-trade deal between EU and UK will be needed for Irish exports.
By Paul Mooney on 27 April 2017
Politeness and positive attitude wanted from both auditor and farmer.
By Paul Mooney on 20 April 2017
Farmers must apply for Section 42 permits and make arrangements with local hunters.
By Paul Mooney on 20 April 2017
Over 3,000 young bulls will leave Ireland next week, for further feeding and finishing on local farms in Turkey.
By Paul Mooney on 20 April 2017
Culling for TB was up in Cavan and Monaghan but down in some blackspot counties.
By Paul Mooney on 20 April 2017
Sprayers and cultivators are eligible for grant aid, as well as GPS systems on tractors, combines and spreaders. Paul Mooney reports.
By Paul Mooney on 22 April 2017
Algerian buyers are interested in quality store cattle for further feeding on local farms.
By Paul Mooney on 13 April 2017
New scheme aimed at boosting reputation of Irish beef and lamb to be more farmer-friendly.
By Paul Mooney on 13 April 2017
Speakers at a Brexit meeting said that a lengthy transition period afer Brexit could be helpful to Irish exporters.
By Paul Mooney on 13 April 2017
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